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Imperial Metals Corporation (III.TO)


Toronto - Toronto Delayed Price. Currency in CAD
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3.400.00 (0.00%)
As of 11:19AM EDT. Market open.
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Previous Close3.40
Open3.45
Bid3.40 x
Ask3.44 x
Day's Range3.40 - 3.50
52 Week Range2.95 - 8.00
Volume3,383
Avg. Volume33,731
Market Cap318.19M
Beta2.39
PE Ratio (TTM)-3.18
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Dividend & Yield0.00 (0.00%)
Ex-Dividend Date2000-08-30
1y Target EstN/A
  • Reuters2 days ago

    State of emergency in British Columbia extended as wildfires rage

    British Columbia's government took the unprecedented step on Wednesday of extending a state of emergency by two weeks as it battled 155 wildfires that have forced nearly 50,000 people from their homes. The province's Premier John Horgan said evacuated households would receive C$600 ($476.53) from the government to cover basic needs for every 14 days they cannot return home. The government issued the first such payment two weeks ago.

  • Moody's10 days ago

    Imperial Metals Corporation -- Correction to Text, July 7th, 2017 Release: Moody's Downgrades Imperial Metal's CFR to Caa2; Outlook Negative

    Announcement: Correction to Text, July 7th, 2017 Release: Moody's Downgrades Imperial Metal's CFR to Caa2; Outlook Negative. Global Credit Research- 11 Jul 2017. Toronto, July 11, 2017-- In the debt list, ...

  • Reuters10 days ago

    Canada wood prices to rise as western wildfire interrupts logging

    Rapidly spreading wildfires in British Columbia are set to tighten the supply of wood products and raise prices as they disrupt timber operations during the year's peak building season, analysts said on Tuesday. Forestry products are a significant driver of the economy of British Columbia, which bills itself as the world's biggest exporter of softwood lumber, a product targeted by new U.S. tariffs in April as a trade dispute escalated. Wood prices can rise as high as 6 percent if operations remain shut for weeks but the higher cost, a small part of construction budgets, will be absorbed by builders and is unlikely to affect home buyers, Bank of Montreal analyst Ketan Mamtora said in an interview.